Virushi ff satrangi sasural epi-6

The episode starts with Vihaan comes close to arushi they share an lip lock

Vibha sees it and breaks the pot but their liplock continues suddenly vibha shouts but they does not stop it she gets irritated

Arushi leaves from there in shy vihaan thinks now you are mine nobody can stop me he comes grandma and warns them not to do anything with arushi if you do anything then I will kill you.

Vihaan leaves grandma gets angry and tells vibha we should do something to seperate them and I will make you marry vihaan she agrees.

Vihaan goes to office all members looks on he tells them work

Vihaan thinks about arushi and goes in dreams manager sees him and laughs arushi comes there with lunch she sees girl seeing her and tells her to go out

Vihaan comes to his senses and sees her and comes and hugs her and they share cute moments Sanam re plays….

Vihaan asks her why she came her? She tells why I should not come? He pulls her closer and tells now we should be be free

She leaves. Vihaan comes to house and gives room key arushi,vibha,grandma asks what? He tells we are going to celebrate wedding night.

They comes there and goes to room. Vihaan hugs her and asks how is it? She tells superb and kisses him. He gets amused

Precap:Vihaan comes close to arushi and kisses her and takes her to bed Wajah tum ho plays…

Enjoy it guys

Credit to: Narendran

Virushi ff satrangi sasural epi-6


Virushi ff satrangi sasural epi-6


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